Eddie Jones Still Highly Critical Of England Despite Record Victory

England boss Eddie Jones insists his side “didn’t play well” despite the record-breaking victory over Australia. The 39-28 win was England’s first in Brisbane and the most points scored in any game against the Wallabies. Jones told BBC Sport: “We didn’t play well, let’s face the facts. We weren’t sharp in various areas, but we will be next week. “They …

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England Receive Huge Boost Ahead Of Second Wallabies Test

Australia forward David Pocock will miss the remaining two Tests of the series against England after fracturing his eye socket in Saturday’s defeat. The number eight was injured in a collision as England won 39-28 for a first win over Australia in Brisbane. “If we want to bring in almost a like-for-like player, then we’ll go with Liam Gill,” coach …

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The People’s Ref Nigel Owens Receives MBE On Queen’s Birthday

Rugby referee Nigel Owens is among the Welsh people who have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list. The 44-year-old, who takes charge of a record 71st test match on Saturday, has been awarded an MBE for services to sport. He said he was “very humbled and honoured” and he “would never have a year like this again”. [adsenseyu2] …

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